STUNNED: HILLARY & BILL CLINTON Taste AMERICA's BITTER REJECTION as VOTE RECOUNT "FALLS APART."
Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito and Upper East Side Councilman Daniel Garodnick--both Democrats and backers of Hillary Clinton's presidential bid --have already attracted nearly 1,500 endorsements to a Change.org petition urging incoming commander-in-chief to arrange federal reimbursements for the additional city security around his relatives and eponymous properties. The pair of local pols reiterated the widely reported $1 million-a-day estimated cost of stationing police and other city resources and personnel around Trump Tower and other locations, a figure Mayor Bill de Blasio has refused to confirm .
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Bill O’Reilly: Obama and Clinton Put the Needs of Illegal Immigrants Above Working Folks
During his Talking Points segment of tonight's The O'Reilly Factor, host Bill O'Reilly went after both President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton over their policies and rhetoric regarding immigration. After praising President-elect Donald Trump over his striking a deal with Carrier to keep a thousand jobs in Indiana, O'Reilly moved on to criticizing Obama/Clinton for not understanding that the focus of attention should be on working Americans.
But it is in the shape of a portrait of the former First Lady, which is hanging in the Cross Hall of the White House - surrounded by an array of festive decor and guarded by two large snowmen. It is one of a number of paintings of former US presidents and first ladies and was created in 2003 by artist Simmie Knox, who also painted a portrait of her husband Bill Clinton.
"Obviously we have a profound problem. We've never seen such a disconnect between the popular vote and the Electoral College vote in the history of this entire country. And this morning, I checked the numbers again and Hillary Clinton's up by 2.3 million votes. This is absolutely unprecedented, and I think it creates a huge question for our democracy. How is the president-elect going to proceed knowing that he had 2.3 million more people vote for his opponent?"
PHILADELPHIA (CBS/CNN) -- President-elect Donald Trump is coming under fire that there should be "consequences" for flag burners, but in 2005, Hillary Clinton backed a bill that would have criminalized burning the American flag. While she was senator of New York, Clinton co-sponsored the Flag Protection Act of 2005 , which would have outlawed "destroying or damaging a U.S. flag with the primary purpose and intent to incite or produce imminent violence or a breach of the peace."
Donald Trump came under heavy criticism Tuesday after calling for the criminalization of burning the American flag, with critics gasping that the president-elect's words represent a threat to the First Amendment. Trump tweeted that there should be "consequences" for the burning of the flag -- including a year in jail or a loss of citizenship -- which is seen by many as an act of desecration.
While president-elect Donald Trump has taken flack from civil libertarians for his sudden resurrection of the flag-burning issue , it's worth noting that his former general election opponent Hillary Clinton once came under fire from liberal allies for sponsoring a bill that aimed to throw those who burned the flag in prison.
WASHINGTON -- While Donald Trump faces vexing questions regarding the formation of his nascent administration, a former policy adviser to president Bill Clinton thinks the president-elect may be deliberately creating an environment of "conflict" within in staff to maximize his ability to govern. Since former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney emerged as Trump's favorite choice for secretary of state and top aide Kellyanne Conway responded by publicly airing her opposition to such an appointment, ostensible infighting among the Trump camp has been fully on display.